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How the relationship between employers and employees will need to change in the wake of coronavirus

A new book published by Franco Angeli entitled Basta chiacchiere! Un nuovo mondo del lavoro (Enough Talk! A new world of work) identifies the key challenges that every business sector is facing in the wake of the pandemic, from agile work to the need for new models and improved labour protection. We take a closer look with Luca Solari, Professor of Organisation Theory at Milan University.

Post-Covid: women’s jobs at risk

A report by the World Bank has highlighted that many of the service sector jobs that are hit hard by the current crisis are disproportionately female think about home helps, waitresses, hairdressers and beauticians. For many others smart working has meant an increase in domestic chores leaving less time for work

Anyone for smart working? Double the number during the coronavirus outbreak

Since the Italian government issued its first decree to contain the coronavirus outbreak on February 23, the number of agile workers in the country has risen to over a million. And the number is still growing. Arianna Visentini, co-author of the book Smart Working: mai più senza’ (Smart Working: never be without it), explains why smart working is a practice that should stay even after this emergency has passed.